At some point it has to go from being highlighted in your Bible to being written on your heart.
If I could have more free time this year, I would _______. How would you enjoy your free time? (I mean really think about.)
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I thank You for the Grace of being alive this morning;
I thank You for the sleep that has refreshed me;
I thank you for the chance to Make a New Beginning.
A warm glow and sense of connection aren’t all you get from volunteering: It can improve your mental health and help you live longer too. A leading researcher explains why.
Most of us know that if we eat our fruit and veggies, exercise often, and avoid smoking, we have a better chance of living longer and healthier lives. But your doctor may not have told you there’s a link between volunteering and health. Published recently in BMC Public Health, the paper finds that volunteering is associated with lower depression, increased well-being, and a 22 percent reduction in the risk of dying.
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